Colas Breugnon

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COLAS BREUGNON


BY

ROMAIN ROLLAND

Author of "Jean-Christophe"


TRANSLATED BY
KATHERINE MILLER


"There is life in the old dog yet"


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NEW YORK

HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY

 

To

SAINT MARTIN OF GAUL
PATRON SAINT OF CLAMECY


"St. Martin gaily drinks his fill
and lets the stream flow to the mill."

xvith cent. Proverb

 

 

CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE
Foreword to the Reader v
I. The Lark of Candlemas-Day 3
II. The Siege; or, The Lamb, the Shepherd, and the Wolf 21
III. The Vicar of Brèves 50
IV. The Idler 75
V. Belette 103
VI. Birds of Passage; or, The Serenade at Asnois 136
VII. The Plague 152
VIII. My Old Woman's Death 169
IX. The Fire 181
X. The Riot 200
XI. A Practical Joke 227
XII. Other People's Houses 245
XIII. Plutarch's Lives 262
XIV. Health to the King! 278

 

Copyright, 1919
by
HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY



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